by FN Dish Editor in Community, December 29th, 2013
by Maria Russo in Community, December 22nd, 2013
This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week is a classic with an added chocolate lovers twist. Give banana bread a fancy spin when you mix in chocolate chips. Pour chocolate glaze on the cooled bread for a sinfully sweet creation.
For more dessert recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Bake board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Food Network Magazine’s Banana Bread with Chocolate Chips and Chocolate Glaze
by Maria Russo in Community, December 22nd, 2013
The holidays are all about indulgence, but in the midst of enjoying sweet Christmas cookies, savory glazed hams and a celebration-worthy cocktail or two, it can be nice to sit down to a better-for-you meal. Just ahead of the Christmas holiday, check out this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week to find a healthful salmon supper that is made with just a handful of ingredients and is ready to eat in only 20 minutes.
Start with good-for-you salmon fillets, and for a bright punch of flavor, brush them with a tangy mixture of Dijon, light mayonnaise and maple syrup, then bake them until they’re cooked and tender on the inside. For added freshness, sprinkle chopped cilantro on each piece of fish before serving.
For more everyday recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Get Healthy board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Food Network Kitchens’ Mustard-Maple Roasted Salmon
by FN Dish Editor in Community, December 15th, 2013
While Christmas is only three days away, the Food Network Store is still stocked with last-minute gifts and seasonal stocking stuffers that will wow the unchecked names on your shopping list. Best of all, if you shop among these gifts in the store, 100 percent of all proceeds will go directly to Share Our Strength’s No Kid Hungry campaign, a national movement committed to ending childhood hunger in America.
Pick up a few pairs of aviator- or Malibu-style sunglasses, or, if you’re shopping for little ones, opt for youth T-shirts in a bright-orange color. Check out all of the No Kid Hungry Holiday gifts here.
by FN Dish Editor in Community, December 8th, 2013
Chili is a comfort food favorite (especially during football season), and this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week says has it all: Ree’s recipe is a simple, perfect meal in a hurry.
Ree combines ground beef with two different kinds of beans, lots of herbs and spices, along with tortilla chips and lime wedges on the side. Sure you can eat the chili in a bowl with a spoon — but it’s a lot of fun scooping the chili onto chips too.
For more everyday recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Cook: Main Dishes board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: The Pioneer Woman’s Simple, Perfect Chili
by FN Dish Editor in Community, December 3rd, 2013
Whether it’s football Sunday or you’re planning appetizers for a holiday party, you can’t go wrong with a crowd favorite: mozzarella sticks. This week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week is a crispy, oozy recipe for the whole family — and one that is calcium-packed. The pizza flavor profile makes them extra tasty to kids’ palates.
For similar inspiration for dairy recipes, visit MyPlate’s Dairy board or Food Network’s boards on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Crisp Mozzarella Sticks
by FN Dish Editor in Community, Holidays, December 1st, 2013
What is the Team No Kid Hungry Give-A-Thon? It’s a one-day social media blitz designed to raise $25,000 in a single day for No Kid Hungry. Food Network is aligning our holiday Give-A-Thon this year with #GivingTuesday, a movement and day dedicated to giving.
What we’re asking: Food Network is asking our network of influencers, celebrities, chefs, partners and supporters to recruit advocates and donors in the fight against childhood hunger today, Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Why: In order to end childhood hunger, Team No Kid Hungry needs to continue raising critical funds to put programs in place that provide access, education and awareness.
How you can participate: Ask your friends and followers to join in the Give-A-Thon to help No Kid Hungry, where they can potentially win great prizes in the process. Use your influence to recruit advocates and donors in the fight against childhood hunger.
by FN Dish Editor in Community, Holidays, November 24th, 2013
Join Food Network in the month of December for a series of holiday-themed Facebook chats with Food Network Kitchens. Bring all your cookie, edible gift and entertaining questions, and let the experts help you take the fear factor out of creating a memorable holiday season.
It kicks off with the 12 Days of Cookies chat this Tuesday, Dec. 3 at 1:30pm/12:30c on Food Network’s Facebook page.
Come back to Food Network’s Facebook page for these additional chats:
- Edible Gifts: Wednesday, Dec. 11 at 2pm/1c
- Holiday Entertaining: Tuesday, Dec. 17 at 1:30pm/12:30c
by Lauren Miyashiro in Community, News, November 22nd, 2013
A Thanksgiving feast isn’t complete without dessert, and this week’s Most Popular Pin of the Week will surely impress your guests. Food Network Magazine couldn’t get the secret recipe for the Cheesecake Factory’s famous slice, so the chefs made their own creamy, decadent version. See if you can tell the difference.
For more Thanksgiving recipe inspiration, visit Food Network’s Let’s Celebrate Thanksgiving board on Pinterest.
Get the Recipe: Food Network Magazine’s Ultimate Pumpkin Cheesecake
(Photo courtesy of Ellie Miller)
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